The powerful story of Jackie Robinson, the legendary baseball player who broke Major League Baseball’s color barrier when he joined the roster of the Brooklyn Dodgers. The film follows the innovative Dodgers’ general manager Branch Rickey, the MLB executive who first signed Robinson to the minors and then helped to bring him up to the show.
The story of Jackie Robinson from his signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers organization in 1945 to his historic 1947 rookie season when he broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: Hmm.. how can I say about this film..? I was drawn into the acting of the little girl. She is amazing! However hard it may be, we should appreciate our life and have right to spend happily. I really like this kind of movies :) highly recommend!
(au) wrote: Surprisingly Tad Hilgenbrinck is a charming and refreshing replacement for the role of "Stifler". I still laughed non-stop.
(fr) wrote: Very generic romance, occasional iconic scenes but then again. :/
(jp) wrote: A beautifully shot concert of Queen in their prime. The legendary band comes to life in this 1986 concert filmed in Budapest. Mercury exudes charisma and is sorely missed. The HD video is crisp and stunning on blu-ray. The 5.1 surround sound really adds to the concert experience. If you like Queen, and who doesn't, this video is certainly worth a watch.
(jp) wrote: fun 80's slasher flick
(de) wrote: I saw this movie back in the day and would have rated it much higher. After watching it this weekend, I was mildly disappointed. Over the tears, It just did not hold up.
(ag) wrote: One of Vincent Price's masterworks, Theater of Blood is the tale of Shakespearean actor who was scorned by critics and supposedly committed suicide. But he returns years later to exact vengeance on his detractors by killing them in elaborate ways that mimic death scenes from classic Shakespeare plays. Renacting scenes not just from famous plays like Hamlet and Julius Caesar but also lesser known works like Cymbeline, Troilus and Cressida, and Titus Andronicus, Theater of Blood will absolutely delight fans of both Shakespeare and Price. To hear him reciting speeches from Hamlet and The Merchant of Venice remains priceless. Undoubtedly, the film proves a little cheesy, but it is also a hilarious and truly brutal little horror film that remains one of the gems in Price's career.
(kr) wrote: I like me some Monty Python, but I'm not a huge fan. And if that description fits you, then you'll also probably like a few of these sketches, but find the movie on the whole a bit disconnected, loud and obviously weird. The best sketches like "Lumberjack Song", "Twit of the Year Race" and the opening "How to Stay Hidden" are probably worth watching the film at least once to have them in the memory banks. I'm also laughing as I write this with one of the best "clutz destruction" scenes of all times with the Mountain Climber in the office. That was an amazing bit to behold! So if any of this piques your curiosity - you're going to enjoy this flick enough to be worth it. I just wanted to turn it off a few times for various reasons as well... hence the 3 of 5 rating.
(fr) wrote: Love the John Wayne movies!
(de) wrote: A touching movie that had me in tears. This type of movie feels like everyone will lose and I'm glad that didn't really happen. But at the same time, it's a bit idealistic. Love the soundtrack though.